Our SMIC Family of the Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate Conception of the Mother of God was founded by Dom Amando and Mother Immaculata, in 1910 in Santarem, Para, Brazil. On April 04, 1962, the first Missionary Sisters from Germany arrived on the soil of Namibia. They became deeply rooted in the Namibian soil, and whole-heartedly embraced the culture of the Namibian people with love. Through their Missionary spirit and their service to the poor they attracted Namibian young women to join them. We are currently working in three regions in different mission stations, in the East of Namibia Omaheke region (Dornfeld) Gobabis and Aminuis, in the South of Namibia Keetmanshoop and Tses, and in the West in the city of Windhoek. We give witness to God's love through our various apostolates, Pastoral Ministry, education, healthcare, social work and other apostolic ministries such as healing memory, youth and women movement, marginalized people, Poor people, Vocational Ministry and Mission work.

Institutions: 5 Communities, two Guest house (for accommodation).
Formation Houses: One Novitiate house and one Initial Formation house
Members: 24 professed sisters, 5 Novices, 4 Postulants and 3 candidates

Saint Dulce Daycare and kindergarten pre-school
Our sisters are working in 3 Boarding Schools which belong to the church
Health care for the kids in 3 Boarding Schools.

Vocational Ministry: SMIC Sisters in Namibia

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